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-tafaqbor, N. 0. February 6. 1114
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miafl Minnie HooTer Is la LiHing
ton attending court.
Mr. r. T. Penn went to Creens
boro Taeeday on business.
Mr. P, A. Henley of Trinity R.J
1 wu la Afiheboro Thursday.
Mr. M. 3. Robins of Greensboro
aa hi Aaheboro Sunday.
mm fidna Laugfolla la Tlsitiog
friends U Thomasvllle this week.
Dr. aJttd Mrs. Caddell of Ramseur
"were la Asheboro Tuesday .
Mr. M. H. Moffitt 1 ill at Ms
home om Oox Street.
Mr. Will Luck of High Point
spent SUnday In Asheboro.
Mr. f, K. Davis of Southern
Pines Bent Sunday in Asheboro.
Got. etedman.of Farmer vialtefl
friends ft Asheboro Monday.
I. If. Craven of Ramseur wag in
-Ashebofw Tvesday on business.
Mr, rerd Ingold who is in St.
Lo"s BoB4tal is still Improving.
Mr, ff, A. Underwood has1 Br--cliasea.
n Overland car.
Mr. t, WV Steed of Steeds was ia
Xsfcetooni Monday on business.
Mn, ft I. Devi of Burlington
i Tisitinc Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Balls,
Several Asheboro people went to
Flag Sarin gs Testerday to attest
the bacial f Mr. Sarah Luck.
Mr. n, a. Rosa and Mr. Ira Free
receive a ear each of horses and
Messrs. B. V. Bulla and Sam Hen
ley wens t Glen don Tuesday on
Mrs. f, & Lewis and little Miss
Nan we to Aconite Saturday to
visit, Mm A. Spencer!
. Dr. and Mrs. T7. I .Sumner of
P.aaclaaM war in Asheboro Tues-
Mr. B9 Johnson of the Ramseur
'&lore CkMpany waa In Asheboro
Mr. a, -R. Rosa and Mlsa Basle
flaw rlfiltiny Mr, .Chas. Ross
Mr. Hga Park of Franklinville
fway is Aftheboro Monday on busi
Mr. Ernest Wat kins of Ramseur
"wad in Asheboro Tuseday on bust-
' Dr. P. a; Henley I critically ill
t the home of his daughter Mrs,
Mr. a Bryant of Winston-Salem
was a baslnesB visitor in Asheboro
Rev,, and Mrs.' R. B. Powell were
CiTen a "ponnding" at their home
nlsfat last, week.' ,
T. D. Bowdon and J, A. Russell o
Raadletnan were among the out of
town visitors in Asheboro Monday.
Mr. sad Mrs. a 9. Griffin of
"Spencer are visiting Mrs. Griffin's
father Mr. Frank Blrkhead.
Mrs. 2. H. Anderson of Oreens-
fcoro na been visiting Mrs. W. II.
f orlng and Mrs. Annie Robins.
Mr, Logan Hardin and Dr. o. A.
Foster of Liberty were in Asheboro
Tuesday on business.
Mr. M. G. Lovett has purchased
the house on Sunset Avenue form'
erly belonging to Mrs. E. A. Clrk
We are told that the Asheboro-
Chatham road east of town only
lacks seven or eight miles being
Misses Clara ad Mamie Boren
teachers In the Asheboro graded
school, spent Sunday at their
home in Greensboro.
ReV. and Mrs. Lacy Little, re
turned missionaries from China are
guests of Col. A. c. McAlIster's
The ground hog had a beautiful
Qay on Monday to come out and
make his shadow, but so far his pre
dictions save been untrue .
Mrs. Sallie Henley Mlchauz ar
rived from Atlanta Tuesday to be
with her father, Dr. S. A. Henley.
who ia quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parks and
Mr. and Mrs. George Russell were
among the the out of town visitors
In Asheboro Tuesday.
Irs. H. L. Boren who has been
Tilting Mrs. Jean Rush left Satur
day for Greensboro where she goes
to visit her sister.
Mr. Paul Henley who is with a
drug store In ReldsviUe is in Ashe
boro at the bedside of his father
who iai iU.
Dr. VT. J. Moore has been' appoint
ed County Ooronor to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation of
Dr. Thomas L Fox.
f. f. 'Hughes has been appoint
ed road trustee in Tabernacle town
ship tn the place of L. C. Phillips,
who has rerigned.
Ira. T. J. Bonkemeyer of Ashe
boro R, 1 has been visiting her
daughter. Mrs. A. J. Craven, tor
a few day.
Measra. Fletcher Bulla and Ever
ett Luck attended the funeral of
Mrs. Sarah Luck at Flag Springs
Mr. s. A. Cox of Ptqgaa was a
business visitor in Aeaebove Mon
day. Mr. Cox is an eaterprising
Mioa Corlna Wall, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. wall, fc in the
Greensboro hospital. She has ap
pendicitis. Messrs. Ben Allen. Fred Phillips,
and Corbett Scott, students of the
Greensboro Commercial School,
spent the week end with home folks
Miss Myitis Presaell of Mkhfield
spent Saturday and Sunday In Ashe
boro with her brothers, Messrs. L.
P. and Walter Presaell.
Mrs. Clark Cox of Ralph passed
through Asheboro Monday en route
to Trinity-to attend a birthday din
ner given in honor of Mrs. etaoin
Rer. Gilbert T. Howe, presiding
elder of the Greensboro district
preached an able sermon at the M
B. church las Sunday night.
Little Daisy, ifce at year old
daughter of Mr. and Mm Ateea Wil
Hams, died last Tksraday a ad was
buried at Flag Springs itmi Fri
Mrs. T. E. Bruloa f Btaldlgh has
been visiting her brashes and sister
in Randolph county. Mas. Braton
represents the Morris ateetils Belt
Company of Charlotte.
Mrs. Louisa Prejsaell Baaaib vent
to Archdale yesterday to VVU rel
atives. She laughingly gaM that
she expected to stay until "the
ground hog" left for jepooit.
Mr. C. C. McAlister wKo was run
over by an automobile fn Jfajette-
TiUe is recovering, lie nas gone
from the hospital to ate'aoalev T"
accident was not as eeritoOa as was
thought at the beginning. -
Postmaster Inegpecse m, B. Hod-
gin of Greensboro was .tn Asheboro
the fin of the week loosing after
the appointment ef fonrtfl class
post masters at the several offices
n the county.
Mlsg Mary Lamb who has been
at home on account of the illness
and death of her toother, has
sumed her work as teacher in the
ninth grade in the Asheboro graded
The commissioners appropriated
aa amount not to exceed $360 to
wards the building" f a bridge
serosa Seed Creek east of Ramseur.
The bridge will eeet twice that
amount . Private subscriptions will
be raised to complete It.
The Woman's Department Club
meets this afternoon with Mrs. W.
D. Stedman. Rev. Mrs. Lee. pastor
of the Friends .church. -Mil tell of
the woman's clubs sIsewhjBre. It is
earnestly hoped" all . numbers will
be present a there are' matters of
Importance to come up.
. Mrs. Ada Elliott Lee of Greens
boro who Is- serving the Friends
church of Asheboro as pastor hai
moved to this dty and fa located on
the second floor of the borne of Mrs
Atlie Worth. Two pastors of our
town occupying - the same house.
Members of the church and others
will be able to get Mrs. Lee by
phone No. 95 in her hoem and she
is now ready to receive callers in
Mr. P. H. Henley, Dr. C. B. Wll
k ergon, Mr. W. R. Lassiter, trustees
for Randleman township together
with Messrs. Kelly G. Coltrane
Roddy Fields and R L. Causey, of
Level Cross township were request'
ed by the board of commissioners
at their meeting this week to inves
tigate the election and laying out
of the public road petitioned for
and reoort to the board at their
netx regular monthly meeting.
Mr. Tin. V. York. Former Randolpl
Oountr CltJeza Dead-
Mr. William F. York, an aged cit
izen died fit tie home of Ms son,
Mr. C. l' Tor!c, In Greensboro Mon
day. Mr. York lived until about 6
years ago near Ramseur. He was
a splendid citizen and enjoyed the
esteem of all who kufew liim. He
was a member of the Baptist church
at Moore's Chapel one mile from th
Randolph county line in Chatham
county. Hla body was taken there
for burial on Tuesday. The deceas
ed is survived by; Miefces Cora and
Levina York, and Mrs. A. D. Jordan
of Greensboro; Mrs. Fannie James.
Danville. Va.; Mrs. J. F. Teague, of
Hillsboro; Mrs. James T. Silver, of
Ramseur; Messrs. M H. and C. F.
York, of Greensboro. (
Has the Right Idea.
A Missouri editor proposes a
drastic method in dealing with the
man who points a weapon at an
other. He gives this advice 'When
a man playfully points a gun at
rou, knock him down. Don't stop
to inquire whether the gun Is load
ed; knock him down. Don't be par
ticular what "you knock him down
with; only see that he is thorough
ly down. If a coroner's inquest
must be held, let it be on the fel
low with the gun."
Dafey Williams Dead.
Little Daisy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alson Williams of South Ashe
boro, died last Thursday morning
and was burled at Flar Springs M.
P church on Friday. She had men
ingitis, little Daisy, was 6 years
and 9 months old and was a bright,
attractive child. She was a student
of the Asheboro graded school and
she had endeared herself with both
teacher and pupils who will greatly
miss her. She wad a bright Sun
day School scholar and was in her
class on Sunday before she died.
The family have our sympathy in
the loss of their devoted daughter
and loving sister.
Mrs. W. A Coffin fctetertains the
Randolph Book Cash.
The Randolph Book Club meeting
was held with Mrs. W. A. Coffin on
last Friday at 3 p. m. Mrs. D. B.
MoCrary read a most Interesting pa
per on the Mighty Amaaon. Fol
lowing this were articles on Coffee
Culture in Brazil and South Ameri
can Women and Home Life by
Mesdamee H. B. Moffitt and E. L.
Moffitt. In the absence of the pres
ident. Mrs. J. D. Ross, vice-presi
dent, presided. The meeting was
one of much interest and pleasure
Mrs. Coffin is a charming hostess
and knows the art of making her
friends' welcome. She was assisted
in serving by Mrs. W. J. Scarboro
The refreshments consisted of
chicken salad, tomatoes with may-
onalse, wafers, pickles, coffee and
more than lived his three score and
ten years, being 70 years of age
last May. He was married fa ear
ly life to Mary Hoover who died
about four years ago. Two years
ago he married Mattie Pitts.
The Lytles have always been re
spectable citizens. They were not
in bondage In slavery times perhaps
having been liberated by their mas
ters under a law allowing persons
to set free their slaves. In war
times the Lytles were known as free
The deceased professed religion in
1866 and Joined the M E church la
Asheboro during the pastorate of
Rev; Bullock, who presided trt the
funeral service. A wits, one sistev
and brother survive.
Honor Roll for Third Month Marl-
First grade, Rurus Davis. Blanche
Davis. Lester Farlow.
Second grade. Garland Beeson
Lester Farlow. Angle Farlow. pearl
Spencer. ' .
Fourth grade, Stella Nance, Ha
Snyder. Mabel Hill. Ursley Cox
Jeffrey Cox, Ben Lowe.
Fifth grade, Ethel Cox, Elva Far
low. Male Hill. Flossie Snyder. Ber
tha Spencer. '
Sixth grade, Cornelia Coltrane,
Harris Coltrane, Clifton Davis. Nol
He Farlow, Althea Farlow, Lucy
Iowe, Mayme Spencer, Herbert Sny
Seventh grade. Hettie Newlin
Eighth grade, Male Wall, Ethel
Darts, Frank Davis. Owen Loflin
Mr. W. A. Jones Missed Sailing on
the Monroe by" Train Being Late
(Mr. w. A. Jones who has been
a member of the Courier force Until
recently left Tuesday for New York
via Norfolk. Va. Mr. Jones was to
sail on the Monroe which sank in
ten minutes after it was struck by
the Nantucket. The train on which
Mr. Jones went to Norfolk was one
hour late and he missed the boat
There was much anxiety about Mr.
Jones until the list of passengers
was published and great gratifies
tion that he was safe.
William Lytle a Respected Colored
Citizen of Asheboro Dead.
On last Sunday morning the an
nouncement was made that Uncle
William Lytle was dead. It was a
shock to the citizenship of the
town as he had been down street
the previous day in good spirits
and playing checkers. He complain
ed on Saturday night after cutting
some wood of a pain in his side and
hid wife rubbed him until he was
comfortable and he rested very well.
In the morning she got up and left
him sleeping: well and when the
little girl went to call him for
breakfast, discovered that he was
struggling for breath. He soon
answered the roll call.
William Lytle was "Uncle Wil
Ham" to all white and colored, big
and little . He was honest and up
right, peaceable and fair. He had
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light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and
appears as soft, lustrous and beau
tiful as a young girl's after a Dan
derine hair cleanse. Just try this
moisten a cloth with a little Dan-
derine and carefully draw it througl
your hair, taking one small strand
at a time. This will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil,
and in just a few moments you
have doubled the beauty of your
hair. A delightful surprise awaits,
those whose hair haa been neglect
ed or is scraggy, faded, dry, brit-
tei or thin. Besides beautifying the
hair, Danderine dlssovles every
particle of dandruff; cleanses, puri
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ever stopping itching and falling
nair, but what will please you
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when you will see c,ew hair flue
and downy at first yes but real
ly new hair growing all over the
scalp. If you care for pretty, soft
hair, and lots of it. surely get i
25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan
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NEW GARDEN SEEDS
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Phone, send or call and you will get them immediately
W. D. Stedman f:ISon
day at Mr. Milliard Allred's.
Mr. Orlendo Davis was a business
visitor in Randleman Saturday.
Mr. D. W. Bulla of Burlington
was at home Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Will Rich is visiting reli
eves at Winston-Salem this week.
Mr. Allen MiUikan was a busi
ness visitor in Randleman Saturday.
iMr. W. B. MiUikan has purchased
a new 12 horse power gaoline n
Mr. W. o. Jone bm been ap
pointed to suceeed Dr. W. G. Brad-
sbaw as county aomnilniBioner.
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Cool Spring Hems.
The litr.e child of Mr. Jule Bow
man who has been very ill with
pneumonia is Improving!:.
Mrs. Linia Wright has returned
home after visiting her stater. Mrs
Wayne, the little son of Mrs
CateS. has been sick lor the past
Miss Esther Walker Is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Deaton at Troy.
Mr. Joe Lineberry of Locust
Grove visited friends in this sec
tion last Sunday .
Forest Notes. i
The war department is reforest
ing a large area near Fort Bayard,
New Mexico, for use a an army
The light house reservations on
the great lakes are able to grow
all the white cedar needed for spar
buoys in their district.
The Kaibab and the Cocon
ino national forests adjoin each
other?" Yet it take from two to
three days to go from one to the
other across the Grand Canyon of
There are several hands of the
Persian fat-tailed sheep on the na
tional forests of Southern Utah. The
large fat tail some times weighs as
much as forty pounds, and. like the
hump on the camel. Is a reserve sup
ply of nourishment when food is
Dr. B. H. Fernow, dean of the
forest school of the university of
Toronto, and Bristow Adams, of the
United States forest service, have
Just been elected president and sec
retary. respectively, of the socie
ty of American foresters, the only
organization of professional forest
erg in the western hemisphere.
Hsv. Davis preached an excellent
sermon at Pierce's Chapel Sunday.
Mr. Charlite Harris and Miss Em
ma Lambeth visited Miss Dora
Small last Sunday.
The wheat throughout this sec
tion is looking well .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wood visited
Mrs. Wood's parents last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Snyder.
Miss Maggie Albertson of Trinity
and Miss- Velora Perdue of Fullers
were the guests of Miss Alma Hunt
of Caraway Route 2 last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brookshire
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Parrish of
Caraway Route 3 visited in Ashe
boro last Monday.
There will be a spelling at Red-
berry school house next Friday
night, everybody invited.
Mr. James Williams is all smiles
it is a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harris have
been visiting Mrs. R. R. Hunt.
Randleman Route 3 News
Mrs. Lizzie Frevo is visiting her
husband's father and mother. Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Prevo. at Randle
man for a few days.
Mr. Walter Allred spent last Sun
day with his uncle. Mr.. Sam Allred,
Messrs. Millard Allred and John
Davis spent last Wednesday in Ashe
boro on business.
Mrs. Lizzie York was the guest
of Mrs. W. a MiUikan last Wednes
Mr. Jim Rich and family spent
last Sunday at his father's, Mr. G.
Mrs. D. W. Bulla speut last Fri-
The new State building Raleige
is to be thrown open to the
In a sort of informal reception sa
the evening of February , the da?
for the opening of the serin tarsa
of the Supreme Court. The fcastd
ing will be formally presented r
J. A. Long, and Governor Oraig wrll
accept it for the State. Seprssa
Court Judges and State offleem wtM
also make brief addressee.
The Senate Thursday bra .vote at
63 to 13, seated Blair tmm, )
crat. Senator from Marylaed. It wee
the first eontest voted ea aader
the new direct elections
Can the Pine
Made to Pay?
A group of young men the Pages, Gates, Derbf,
Pumpelly and others are spending their time and money
trying to prove that the sandhills and cut -over land between
Carthage and Laurinburg, and Candor and FayetteviUe,
can be made into good-paying farms and cattle country.
Already they have achieved a measure of success. They
are making an experiment from which every man in NortJt
Carolina may profit If they succeed it will mark the begin
ning of a new agricultural prosperity. A full account of
what these young men are doing and just to what extent
they have "made good" is contained in the article, i(
Tuning Up The Pine Barrens
By BARTON W. CURRIE
Dated February 7
Some of the Other Good Features
Unci Sam Hiunf th Farmr.
Fn1"1"1"! the anr currency Uw and
howict boat it will enable fanner to
borrow (250.000,000 more than they
could borrow under the old law.
Mea Who 811 Gooda. Showlnthow
the aame kind of aaleemanship that it
liaed by the city manufacturer can be
wed to aril farm product.
The Land of Bit Baeraa. Showmc '
how and why It pay to feed cattle more
than one aeaaon before marketing them.
A Dairy Land of Fromta. Point
ing out the advantagea of the South aa
a dairy country .
The Book Valua of Farm. Pro
ina by facta and figure that the country
boy ha a better chance to make hi
fortune in the country than ia the crty.
Peanut and Popcorn. The first of
a aerie of article on aide line teUac
of the market for these article and Uw
extra profit that can be made la raw
Watch Your Pino. A warmae;
again a new danger of the pine tree,
and how the wood can be protected.
Soil Wast by Eroaloa. How to
guard against the wasting away of land
by heavy rains. -
Special Poultry Features
This Tear's Chick
A Dry-Mash Hoprwr
Th SHtct Wyandotte
Profits tnlWlnter Broiler
Special Features for Women
Don't Buy Cheap Milk Propagating Flowering Plants
Coveting That Last Things That Help
Children or Crops- Which Get More Care? Cooking Recipes
You Can Buy The Country Gentleman From
C. T. 10FLIN, Asheboro, N. C.
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